Talking Heads seemed to build upon each of their previous albums, adding layers of music and styles as they went. With Little Creatures, Talking Heads add some mainstream pop sensibility to their offbeat sound.
The album opens up with the classic track, And She Was and is bookended with the equally classic Road to Nowhere. In the middle are seven tracks of Talking Heads goodness. While pop themes do enter their music with this album, their originality still shines through, especially on tracks like Walk it Down and Television Man.
Not Talking Head's best studio album (that distinction goes to Fear of Music), but a solid album none the less.